Virgin Mojito is a non-alcoholic drink, traditionally a mocktail that is made up of lemon, soda, and mint leaves. There are so many flavors in it, especially famous for hot weather, and can be enjoyed by children as well.
Virgin Mojito Recipe is something that you would end up making very often after this try. A perfectly refreshing non-alcoholic mojito for summer days.
Various version are available to prepare virgin mojito, you can also use alcohol or just go for your sparkling water. You can also go without lime but fresh lime juice creates this drink lively and appetizing.
Just use lemon, ice, fresh mint leaves, and any kind of carbonated drinks like a sprite, Schweppes Mineral Water, Schweppes soda water, etc. if you prefer non-alcoholic mojito.
We can use plain sparkling water if you don’t prefer flavored ones just add fresh lime juice and the virgin mojito mock tail is ready.
But if you want to make virgin mojito cocktail then just add a shot of rum, as per your preference and rest all the mojito ingredients. You can also make simple sugar syrup for extra sweetness. Precisely go for lemon-lime flavored soda this will bring sweetness automatically to your refreshing mojito.
Here representing a simple non-alcoholic homemade mojito recipe that will take 15 minutes to prepare. Try this super tasty mojito recipe on your own.
- 10 mint leaves
- 500 ml lemon-flavored soda
- 1 medium-sized lemon
- 5 ice cubes or crushed ice
- Sugar syrup (as per your preference)
- Lime slices
How to make Virgin Mojito
1: First of all, let’s place ten mint leaves and squeeze One lemon in a glass then muddle them together for one or two minute
2: Add one to two tablespoon of sugar syrup into it (as per your taste)
3: Add 3/4 of lemon-flavored soda in the glass and then give it a stir (as per you taste you can increase or decrease your mixture)
4: Add some ice cubes or crushed ice as per your wish, else you can add ice-cold water as well for a frosty feel or refreshment
5: Garnish with lime slices and mint leaves on top for a beautiful visual
6: And finally, it’s ready to serve 🙂